Hamilton Unveils New Jazzmaster Skeleton Timepieces with a Fresh Palette and Sleek Silhouette
Hamilton is growing its collection of fine timepieces, unveiling the latest versions of its popular Jazzmaster Skeleton model. The new designs are available in both 36mm and 40mm case sizes and introduce an array of vibrant dial colours along with a newly redesigned case featuring softened, rounded edges for a refined and streamlined finish.
Each timepiece is set in stainless steel and comes with distinctive colour pairings. The 40mm versions offer bold and striking combinations with dials in a rich blue and a refined white. The blue model can be teamed with either a steel bracelet or a chocolate brown leather strap, while the white dial version is matched with an elegant emerald green strap, exuding a formal ambiance. Meanwhile, the 36mm models are distinguished by their plum and pink dials, with the former available with a metal bracelet or a pink leather strap, and the latter paired with a plum-coloured leather strap.
The intricate H-10-S skeletonised movement can be admired through both the watch face and the transparent sapphire crystal caseback. Featuring an antimagnetic Nivachron balance spring, the movement also boasts a detailed snail and pearl pattern and an impressive 80-hour power reserve.
With prices ranging from approximately £914 to £986 GBP, this new range of timepieces is now open for inquiry on Hamilton’s official website.
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